Nansen training: Dialogue in Conflict, 29.11-03.12
Applications for our next training in Dialogue in Conflict is now open. We welcome you to join us for a practical and interactive course on how to build trust between parties in conflict.
Afghanistan must not be isolated – It is time for Dialogue and Diplomacy
Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue urges Norway and the international community to remain committed to the people of Afghanistan and keep lines of communication open.
Annual report 2020: The year we met in the cloud
In 2020 our flexibility and adaptability was challenged to an extent that we were not prepared for. Uncertainty became the new normal, and we learned to live with a global pandemic and everything it entails; social distancing, growing inequality, shrinking space for civil society and serious threats towardsdemocratic participation in many of our partnering countries.
April: Online Training in Dialogue and Conflict Transformation
Applications for the next online training in dialogue and conflict transformation are now open. We welcome everyone who is interested, April 7-11 2021!
Nansen Training – Facilitation of Digital Dialogues
Online training in facilitation of digital topic-based dialogues, 16-19th of February.
March: Online Training in Dialogue and Conflict Transformation
We are pleased to announce our first ever online training in dialogue and conflict transformation open to the public. We welcome everyone who is interested, March 4-7th 2021!
Yes we can talk over video, but can we have a real dialogue?
Dialogue contains power to build bridges between divided groups and communities. But what happens when physical meetings are replaced by the Internet?
Poland: Dialogue as a remedy towards hostility
Hostility towards other people was becoming more serious. Radical ideologies, defined as dangerous for the society, were visible. The dialogue project in Poland started because of negative trends in the society, and because Orange Poland decided to support a positive change.
Afghanistan: Journalists are threatened – especially women are at risk
In Afghanistan, press freedom is threatened. Journalists are killed and especially women are exposed. One morning when reporter Hasina Shirzad was going to work, the car she was in was blown up by Taliban. Hasina is one of the commentators during the Afghanistan Week on Youtube.
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